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For filmmaking prowess, see “Coraline,” “ParaNorman” and more.
The digital arts can represent and misrepresent.
Despite being centuries old, new versions of “Romeo and Juliet” are unending.
Film critic Valerie Wu reviews “The School for Good and Evil,” Netflix’s latest venture into young adult fantasy and literary adaptation. While the film is grand, Wu writes, it unfortunately does not match the quality of its visuals with the depth of its story.
When uncoolness becomes cool, it becomes commercial.
The LINE Friends store in Hollywood shows how cuteness rules.
For a film titled “Don’t Worry Darling,” there seems to be a lot of worries for those involved (and plenty of “worry” jokes to go with it, like this one). Directed by Olivia Wilde, “Don’t Worry Darling” has been the subject of intense controversy, mostly regarding the alleged tensions between cast and crew. Perhaps this […]
Consuming culture doesn’t mean controlling it.
Centered on Paris’s outcasts, the film is an expression of truth.
The film is a bit disorganized in welcoming its guests.